Category Archives: Economics

Unemployed, Educated and Skilled: Is There a Way Out?

In 1786, the cloth workers of Leeds, in northern England started a protest against the growing use of “scribbling” machines or mechanization, which they thought would ultimately lead to deterioration of their livelihood. They were called Luddites or machine destroyer. … Continue reading

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Who has “Time” to Sit down and Relax?

Why are we always short of time and in hurry? It is self-evident: because we are busy in doing daily chores and hardly any time for “self” to relax and enjoy. This is an irony: when we compare the time … Continue reading

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No PhDs Please: This is Canada

This book examines the value of a PhD in Canada from a broad perspective and is written in a format suitable for a wide audience: professionals, business executives, governments and policy makers. It is presented through self-explanatory charts. The book … Continue reading

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Don Drummond Report

A Model Document for Politicians to Play Game with (written: February 25, 2012) A report prepared by Don Drummond and three other Commission members on Ontario’s finances is an ideal document for a politician to brag about, pick and choose and take … Continue reading

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